Interpol Release New Single ‘Fine Mess’
Play June UK Dates in Leeds 25th and Brighton 26th Confirmed for Primavera, NOS Primavera & Best Kept Secret Festivals New Album MARAUDER Out Now on Matador Record
Interpol commence 2019 with new single ‘Fine Mess’, which is now available to stream and purchase HERE.
‘Fine Mess’ continues the invigorated creative spirit of 2018’s triumphant Top Ten album Marauder, presenting Interpol at their more urgent and essential – with Paul Banks’ feverish vocals and haunted lyrics telling of “a sanguine and starry pair, buoyed and dashed alike by their own dreams and appetites” interlocking with Daniel Kessler’s serpentine riffs and Sam Fogarino’s thundering rhythm section, distilled around the seditious refrain: ‘you and me / make a fine mess’.
Ahead of a busy worldwide tour and festival season with Primavera, NOS Primavera and Best Kept Secret already announced, ‘Fine Mess’ is further testament to a band at their peak, and the first chapter in what promises to be yet another eventful year for Interpol. Alongside, the band have announced the addition of further worldwide tour dates, including a pair of UK headline shows in Leeds and Brighton on June 25th and 26th, respectively. The full current set of upcoming dates can be found below.
Thurs 30th Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain
Sat 1st Heartland Festival, Denmark
Sun 2nd Best Kept Secret, Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands
Fri 7th NOS Primavera Sound Festival, Porto, Portugal
Tues 25th O2 Academy, Leeds, UK
Weds 26th Brighton Dome, Brighton, UK
Sun 7th Beauregard Festival, France
Marauder has seen Interpol embark on a world tour including legendary venues such as Hollywood Bowl, Sydney Opera House, two nights at Royal Albert Hall, and an upcoming headline at Madison Square Garden, make national TV appearances on both sides of the Atlantic, including Jools Holland, Stephen Colbert, Seth Myers and ARTE, have two A-listed singles at BBC 6 Music, release music videos featuring Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Kristen Stewart and Finn Wittrock, and receive critical praise across the board, including The Guardian (**** ‘Album Of The Week’), MOJO (****), Q (****), The Independent (****), The Sun (****), Daily Star (****), DIY (****) and others.